|View Poll Results: Where does Autism fall in your decision making?|
|This is the Main reason we select/delay/didn't vax||5||83.33%|
|It is a major concern, but not the only||14||100.00%|
|Its a concern but one among many||36||100.00%|
|Not even on the list||28||100.00%|
|This was something I considered when researching||18||100.00%|
|This wasn't even a consideration when researching||7||100.00%|
|Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 6. You may not vote on this poll|
How about you all?
DS 10/09 DS 2/17/11 Blessing #3 sometime 2/13
The main reason I did not vaccinate my children is because I do not trust the vaccine manufacturers, or the medical community to give me straight answers to my questions and concerns.
Unassisted birthing, atheist, poly, bi WOHM to 4 wonderful, smart homeschooling kids Wes (14) Seth (7) Pandora Moonlilly (2) and Nevermore Stargazer (11/2012) Married to awesome SAH DH.
However, our decision to cease vaxing was greatly related to autism and other neurological injury as DS suffered vax injury at 7 months.
Wife to Chris 12/27/07. DS1 Earth Day 2009 (4/22). DS2 March 6th, 2012.
Is it getting lonely in the echo chamber yet?
I do think that for some children vaxes could be a trigger but for others it isn't an issue.Autism needs more research.
me, herding 5 critters a cat and a dog. DS 11/01, DS 10/04, DD 2/06, DS 5/07 and DD 9/10
Yes, it was a major concern of mine. Through my research, autism became the least of my concerns, however, as there are many, many other concerns I have with vaxes. But, yes, autism was at the top of my list when I first started researching...mainly due to my cousins.
I do believe that vaccines may cause autistic regression, but its at the bottom of the list for reasons I no longer vaccinate.